Laser pointing should bring criminal punishment: ACPA A spike in blinding laser attacks against airliners has Canada’s largest pilots’ association demanding government controls and tough criminal sanctions.
Procurement problems extend to Aurora program In what amounts to another tacit admission that Canada's military is somehow structurally unable to swiftly procure the gear it needs, the Conservative government has quietly announced it's restarting a twice-cancelled plan to extend the life of the CP-140 Aurora maritime patrol aircraft.
Sponsor Spotlight SMS Awareness at CBAA Convention
CBAA is delivering hands-on tools to help operator members with their SMS. Merlin Preuss and several member experts will run a detailed SMS information session at CBAA 2014, June 17- 19 in Edmonton. As an added value for our members CBAA is also preparing a special SMS Analysis Tool that will allow operators to benchmark their existing SMS against international standards as well as TC minimum standards. More information to follow shortly
Bombardier dealing with CSeries cost hike Bombardier Inc. raised its CSeries cost estimate by more than $1-billion and forecast weaker profit margins this year, prompting concerns about the company’s finances as it struggles with development delays and uncertain demand for aircraft.
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